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Penzance Character

Discussion in 'General detective' started by Tropicgal, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Tropicgal

    Tropicgal Janner/ Senior Member

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    OK maybe someone will remember this character. I have a friend here who is also from Cornwall, she was recently going home for a wedding and got chatting to someone at the airport who,on hearing she was from Cornwall, remembered childhood vacations in Penzance and a character she said used to strut up and down the street (I'm assuming she meant MJS) wearing boots like a soldier - now I'm not sure when this was but I certainly don't recognise the description. Does anyone else?
     
  2. sparky

    sparky Authoritarian Staff Member Administrator

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    I'm afraid I cant help as I dont recognise this description or know of anyone that did this, maybe someone else can throw some light on this please?
     
  3. Halfhidden

    Halfhidden Untouchable Staff Member Administrator

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    Was the person she remembers male or female. Any description, or time frame to work on?
    I remember someone known as "Mac" who did this...but that was in the 70's
     
  4. Tropicgal

    Tropicgal Janner/ Senior Member

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    The person was male. I think if it was the 70's I would remember him as I was a frequent visitor to Penzance at that time as my mother and father were still alive.
     

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